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Re: how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 11-05-2020
Thank you..It's very useful information.

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Re: how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 11-05-2020
Thanks much Veena, this solution works for me.

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Re: how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 11-05-2020
I tried and this is not working.

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Re: how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 09-05-2020
Thanks for the input Albin, I will check if this works

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Re: how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 09-05-2020
Hi Veena, thanks for checking this.Looks like you have only placed 1 file and yes it invalidates en.child.xml (along any file selectors ,extensions of en)Can you manually create 2files say en.child1.xml and en.child2.xml and have the request of CQ-Handle /content/we-retail/us/en.child1.xml and flush. It should flush child1.xml only, & child2.xml still should remain in cache And yes, I have the same headers as yours.

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Re: how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 09-05-2020
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how to flush selector based caching - Adobe Experience Manager 09-05-2020
I need help on how to flush selector based cachinghttp://example.com/content/myapp/us/en.child1.xmlhttp://example.com/content/myapp/us/en.child2.xmlLets say,we have xml's cached under the folder as//content/myapp/us/->en.child1.xml->en.child2.xml->en.child99.xml->en.child100.xml->en.html->en.model.jsonI need to provide selector based caching, that is to flush en.child1.xml only and should not flush en.child2.xml or other xml's when the request for flush happens for /content/myapp/us/en.child1.xm...

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